High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby Blacksheep558 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 9:28 am

1.How many pairs of high heel shoes do you currently own?
About 9.

2.How many times do you wear high heel shoes weekly?
At least 7 days a week.

3.How many years have you been wearing high heel shoes?
Experimented as a child, but about 5 years as everyday wear.

4. Education:
I studied at High School level (Yes / No): Yes
I finished High School (Yes / No): Yes
I studied at Technical school (indicate number of years): 3
I studied at University (indicate number of years): 0

5. Age
66



pain can come from various areas.
calf muscles
ankle
foot
toes and toe joints

calf muscles can be sore after walking a reasonable distance. lasts about three months, but if heel height is increased, pain will again appear and will disappear with plenty of walking and agin about 3months

ankles can get sore for first time wearers especially with heels more than 3" elevation. flexibility in ankle is important, so do not walk in heels which means when standing that the knee is forward of the toes, or whenwalking the knee needs to bend. heel hieght is too high if this occurs

the foot itself may be sore if the shoe is too tight or lack of arch support
the ball of the foot may get sore especially for first time wearers. this is especially where there is no or poor platform. a solid platform is essential with comfort insoles. thin platform can cause injury like stone bruisin

toes may be sore either due to cramping too tight in the toe box
or severe bending at the toe joint
if the big toe is turned too hard toward the little toe and the toe box is tight then the toe nail on the big toe may become inflamed or any other toe may be injured resulting in loss of nail.

a proper fit is essential, try not to buy shoes purely for looks and do not buy heels that are too high to stand in or walk in
another issue when buying heels, particulary those with a platform, look at the 'rise' ahead of the toes where the sole sits on the floor, if the shoe is very flat on the ground, the sole at the toe will wear out very fast and is more difficult to walk in compared to a shoe where the front of the shoe rises well clear of the floor.
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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby emilycurious » Mon Apr 23, 2018 2:18 pm

Blacksheep558 wrote:try not to buy shoes purely for looks and do not buy heels that are too high to stand in or walk in

I think you are missing the point of this thread, sorry forum - most of the dildos here equate pain and humiliation to being a "real" woman.
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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby light1313 » Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:02 pm

1.How many pairs of high heel shoes do you currently own?
12.

2.How many times do you wear high heel shoes weekly?
I used to wear them in my 20's now I only wear them once or twice a month

3.How many years have you been wearing high heel shoes? since I was 15


4. Education:
I studied at High School level (Yes / No): Yes
I finished High School (Yes / No): Yes
I studied at Technical school (indicate number of years):0
I studied at University (indicate number of years): 10

5. Age
46

I love heels , I used to be so comfortable in them but now I can't wait to get them off my feet. Most uncomfortable. I don't wear them unless I really have to.

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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby MilicaCD » Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:25 pm

emilycurious wrote:most of the dildos here equate pain and humiliation to being a "real" woman.


I thought that was about wearing as many cardigans as possible.....

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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby Blacksheep558 » Sun Apr 29, 2018 1:16 am

Emily "I think you are missing the point of this thread, sorry forum - most of the dildos here equate pain and humiliation to being a "real" woman."
You have little or no idea. The question of the thread was about pain when wearing heels. it was not in any form of glorification of pain and heels, which appears where you are comming from. I have covered many but not all the issues, and have not covered all the issues when it comes to selecting or buying heels. all these factors can have a bearing on comfort and also on pain
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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby secretary1 » Sun May 06, 2018 3:49 pm

1.How many pairs of heels do you own? about 25

2.How many times do you wear high heel shoes weekly?
At least 5 days a week.

3.How many years have you been wearing high heel shoes?
around 24.

4. Education:
I studied at High School level (Yes / No): Yes
I finished High School (Yes / No): Yes
I studied at Technical school (indicate number of years): No
I studied at University (indicate number of years): 2

5. Age 40

Almost impossible to avoid the pain, most of them I own are pointy toe and 4.5 to 5" heels and slippery on tile floor.

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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby Highheellover » Sun May 06, 2018 4:29 pm

1. Around 10
2. Every day
3. Around three years
4. I studied at High School level (Yes / No): Yes
I finished High School (Yes / No): Yes
I studied at Technical school (indicate number of years): No
I studied at University (indicate number of years): 6

for me it's a real pain since i all my heels are 6-7in but you have to get used to it

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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby emilycurious » Sun May 06, 2018 9:45 pm

Highheellover wrote:for me it's a real pain since i all my heels are 6-7in but you have to get used to it

Or do something incredibly sensible.
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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby suzzie76 » Mon May 07, 2018 4:24 am

Blacksheep558 wrote:1.How many pairs of high heel shoes do you currently own?
About 9.

2.How many times do you wear high heel shoes weekly?
At least 7 days a week.

3.How many years have you been wearing high heel shoes?
Experimented as a child, but about 5 years as everyday wear.

4. Education:
I studied at High School level (Yes / No): Yes
I finished High School (Yes / No): Yes
I studied at Technical school (indicate number of years): 3
I studied at University (indicate number of years): 0

5. Age
66

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Heels, 4-6 days a week.

Years, +25

Educated? yes
Own my own business? yes
Do I want to wear heels? yes
why do I wear heels? style, look, height
Do I wear shoes that will be painful from the first minute? No, I'm very careful picking my shoes as I want all day wear not to hurt or go out at night and wear my shoes home. So these princess looking heels with thin strap, zero padding above sole and even less under on a 6" spike, no, you won't see them on my feet. 1/2 to 1" platform, 4-5" heel in a leather pump or wide strap sandal is my usual. I love peep toe, but these usually are not long lasting or comfortable as your feet try to be squeezed out the hole.

I also typically deliberately mix up my shoes so as not to wear same heels or height heels 2 days in a row.

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Re: High heels, any ideas how to deal with pain?

Postby denisehornsby » Thu May 10, 2018 12:40 am

Hi,
Wear the right pair. Some high heels hurt whilst others are fine it depends on the brand and quality sometimes. My hubby loves me to wear heels but he does not expect me to walk far in them. Just from the house to car to restaurant. If I can walk in them I can normally drive in them fine although my Mercedes SL 55 is an automatic so is considerably easier to drive than a manual,
Hope this helps,
KR,
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